- Papel da Turquia na crise dos refugiados é crucial, mas há margem para melhorar
- UE deve adotar medidas para o setor da tecnologia médica
- CESE convidado a participar no projeto de consulta dos cidadãos europeus de Emmanuel Macron
In this issue:
IN THIS ISSUE: More unity, solidarity and competitiveness, and no second-class citizens; Loss of biodiversity endangers our livelihood; The EESC calls on the Commission to better promote the EU’s sugar industry; Over 100 bids entered for EESC 2017 Civil Society Prize.
IN THIS ISSUE: Fake products cost the EU 800 000 jobs annually; The EESC’s contribution to the European Commission’s 2018 work programme; The EU needs to tackle the issue of ship-breaking; EESC calls for long-term action plan for social economy by 2018.
IN THIS ISSUE: Artificial Intelligence: Europe needs to take a human-in-command approach; EESC urges Commissioner Navracsics to adopt Action Plan on cultural diplomacy; Do not forget that the Energy Union was meant to benefit citizens and businesses; Georges Dassis: “President Trump’s decision means we need more civil society involvement in the climate transition”; EESC celebrates 30 years of Erasmus
IN THIS ISSUE: Can Dündar: “Do not leave Turkey alone. Erdogan is not Turkey”; EESC consults EU civil societyon White Paper on the Future of Europe; EESC proposes stakeholder platform to increase women’s employability in transport; Georges Dassis: “When we practise solidarity we can leave a trace in history”
IN THIS ISSUE: Insolvency legislation should treat businesses as a social asset; Efficient, WTO-compatible and up-to-date TDIs are pivotal for the competitiveness of European industry; Digital Single Market: consumer protection must be top priority; Big data: how to minimise risks while maximising benefits for all